Weekly Services

All are invited to worship with the community and to experience  the peace emanating from this special place.  The Chapel is always open for prayer and meditation.

Sunday services in the summer are held at 8:30 AM and 10 AM.  Off-season there is an 8:30 service only. Communion is served at services on the first Sunday of each month.

Seating indoors is on a first-come, first-served basis. Those not able to sit inside can sit outside the Chapel where audio will be broadcast (please bring a chair and bug spray). 

If you are at risk or not fully vaccinated, please wear a mask.

Check the Event Calendar for the dates and times of services.  


So that the Chapel remains truly ecumenical in spirit, services are conducted by visiting ministers, both active and retired, from all denominations, who have been recommended by Island property owners.

Recommendation forms for visiting ministers can be downloaded here.

Upcoming Visiting Ministers:


October 31 – Rev. Dr. Robert Cook, Jr.
St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church
High Point, NC


November 7 – Rev. Thomas Whartenby 
Galax Presbyterian
Galax, VA

November 14 – Rev. Jason Huebner
Saint Peter Lutheran Church
Southport, NC

November 21 – Rev. Terry Bryant
United Methodist Church – Retired
Raleigh, NC

November 25 – Rev. Sally Bates
United Methodist Church – Retired
Raleigh, NC
(Thanksgiving 9:30am service)

November 28 – Rev. Sally Bates
United Methodist Church – Retired
Raleigh, NC
(10:00am service)

Special Services

The Chapel offers special services at Easter and Christmas, as well as other choral and musical programs throughout the year. Please check the Event Calendar for exact dates and times.

The Chapel also hosts other special services, including baptisms, weddings, and memorials.  These events are scheduled through the Chapel Office, which will provide additional information and guidelines.  The Chapel Board of Trustees sets the policies and procedures to maintain the integrity of the Chapel. These services are also included on our Event Calendar.